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SourceTree v3.1.1 not saving password to Keychain

Deleted user Mar 31, 2019

Trying to setup SourceTree with all my remote services and for BitBucket Server, the password is not being saved to Keychain and is being asked for each time I open SourceTree.

After checking Keychain Access, I can see passwords for Gitlab CE and GitHub listed and they work fine in SourceTree.

For BitBucket Server, each time I open SourceTree, I need to go into the SourceTree preferences and re-enter the password after editing the account and then enter it again with the ticket box checked for save to keychain for the remote repos to list.

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Deleted user Apr 05, 2019

Username is of the format foo_name.

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Apr 05, 2019

Hi @[deleted],

Our apologies for the hiccup. This is unintentional and we've not had any reports of it (Bitbucket Server specifically not saving to keychain) yet. I'll ping our QA team to see if they can reproduce. Out of curiosity - what's the format of your username for that service? (foo_name or

Brian Ganninger
Principal Developer, Sourcetree

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